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SCCM 2012: Can't load the console (and tried everything)

Monday, September 15, 2014 in System Center (Views: 2989)
One of those head scratchers, since sometimes the troubleshooting docs from Microsoft lack one core thing, the actual root cause.

After checking perms, DCOM, WMI, and a couple other things, I was seeing an error in the AdminUI log like:

“The performance counter ‘# result objects in memory’ was not found”

Here's what I did to fix this...
- Went to uninstall the console
- Once console is removed, opened an Admin Command prompt, and ran LODCTR /R
- Reinstalled console
- Console loaded

The actual root cause here was that the performance counters, generally stored in (wait for it) WMI were likely corrupted. The LODCTR /R actually rebuilds this info from the registry.

Happy troubleshooting. On to the next issue. :)

 

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